Rosé Soirée: Labor Day Weekend 2017
Labor Day Weekend Kickoff
Kick off Labor Day Weekend at our Rosé Soirée! We’re saying farewell to the end of summer with a rosé-themed celebration, which includes a complimentary glass of rosé, food specials & Rose Hill Frosé available for purchase along with rosé-themed games and activities. Entry is free, so come by anytime during the weekend to enjoy the event!
Rosé 101: A Guide to your Favorite Summer Wine
Ever wonder how rosé becomes pink? Or why some are bone dry, while others are a little sweet? We’re hosting a special summer series ‘Rosé 101: A Guide to Your Favorite Summer Wine,’ where you’ll learn everything you’ve wanted to know about rosé. Our very own, certified rosé master level wine educator, Rob Rudko will answer all your questions and more about this delicious pink wine!
This 1 hour fun filled session will teach you everything there is to know about rosé. Here’s a glimpse into some ‘Rosé 101’ facts:
- How rosé is made (hint: combining white wines & red wines does not make rosé!)
- Is rosé only a summer wine (spoiler alert: it’s not!)
- The history of rosé
- What foods pair best with rosé
- Why rosé wines are different shades of pink
- + any questions you have!
And, of course, all sessions includes a complimentary glass of our Rose Hill Rosé per guest. Sessions will be running throughout the weekend from Friday, September 1st – Monday, September 4th. Tickets can be booked by selecting a date on the right or you can always call us at 631.804.0367 and our team will be happy to assist you. Tickets are just $30 – quantity is limited, so be sure to book ahead to secure your spot!
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